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Twitter removes flickering videos criticized by epilepsy organization

Twitter thought the bright flashes of two short videos it posted via Vine would attract viewers. An epilepsy support group in Britain thought the flickers would cause seizures. “Your #DiscoverMusic Vines are massively dangerous to people with photosensitive epilepsy. Please take them offline now,” Epilepsy Action tweeted Friday. Twitter on the block? CEO’s departure spurs speculationLess

 
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Content Marketing strategies to Boost your Search Engine rankings!

Navneet Kaushal, CEO, PageTraffic shares some great Do-it-Yourself tips to help you succeed in content marketing and search engine optimization. Source - Read More: www.youtube.com

 
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Chris Brogan – How to Create Content That Builds Connections

Chris Brogan is the CEO of Owner Media Group and an expert in content creation, digital marketing, business growth. He’s consulted with companies like Microsoft, Disney, Google, Pepsico, Sony, as well as small businesses. Chris will be sharing his tried and true tips for creating content that actually builds connections with readers Source - Read More: www.youtube.com

 
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Twitter Will Crackdown On Serial Trolls By Tracking Their Phone Number

 Twitter has a troll problem. Even its CEO knows it. And now the company is doing more to prevent its users suffering abuse and threats on its service. Read More Source - Read More: techcrunch.com

 
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How to Get Your First $1 Million in Sales

Tyler Bosmeny is the co-founder and CEO of Clever, which is a fast growing company in the education space. He recently gave a talk at Sam Altman’s How to Start a Startup class at Stanford University describing how startups can get their first $1 million in sales. In the talk, he outlined the four steps

 
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